FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Channel Islands Family Dental Introduced The New Name Your Price Dental Special Are For New Patients Who Have No Insurance. We Allow Our Patients To Choose How Much They Want To Pay For Their First Exam & X-ray. They Must Pay Online And Not Cancel Their Appointment. Patients can reschedule their appointment as long as their appointment is 24 hours or more.
We have 5 offices around Ventura County.
Port Hueneme Office
Santa Paula Office
Newbury Park Office
In Channel Islands Family Dental Office, we have five dental offices. They are located in the next places and you can book by clicking in the nearest office to you or calling us.
After you have submitted a form, your next step is to check your email where you will have a New Patient Registration link. That link will allow you to register as a new patient and shorten the paper work.
We have five offices around Ventura County
Our Port Hueneme Office
2601 N Ventura Rd, Port Hueneme, CA 93041
Our Oxnard Office
2379 N Oxnard Blvd, Oxnard, CA 93036
Our Ventura Office
5700 Ralston St UNIT 203, Ventura, CA 93003
Our Santa Paula Office
248 W Harvard Blvd suite B, Santa Paula, CA 93060
Our Newbury Park Office
1620 Newbury Road, #5, Newbury Park, CA 91320
In Channel Islands Family Dental Office, we know our patients’ needs are different. So, we need to check you and based on the condition of your teeth, mouth, gums and your habits, we can estimate how often you should come to our offices. However, in children, we recommend visiting our dentist at least every six months.
We follow strictly all the latest government regulations advice and guidelines regarding dental equipment, decontamination, and cross infection. Also, our team is well trained in techniques about sanitation to protect our patients.
Sure! Our team is very sympathetic and friendly. We know you will feel comfortable in our offices. Also, you can call us and explain to us your situation to prepare the perfect place for you.
If you haven’t seen a doctor for a long time ago, you may be really worried about the number of treatments you need. However, sometimes is easier than you imagine. Just pick that phone up and make an appointment soon! We will help you with the rest.
Yes, it’s necessary. Let us explain why. Some dental problems, for instance, tooth decay and gum disease, don’t cause pain after they were well advanced. At this time, it’s more complicated, expensive, and time-consuming to treat those dental problems. In our checkups we will give all the alternatives you have to control any dental problem or if your teeth are completely healthy, we give you some advice to maintain your teeth.